Note: Part 1 starts suddenly. Left channel on Part 6 was recorded at a lower level.
Description: Interviews conducted 1962-1966 by Willa K. Baum for Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Introduction by Paul S. Smith. Discussion of Wofford Benjamin Camp's career with U.S. Department of Agriculture, particularly in introducing cotton growing into San Joaquin Valley and establishing Shafter Experiment Station; working relationship with College of Agriculture, University of California; work with Bank of America as land manager, 1928-1933, and as assistant director of cotton program, AAA; his own farming operations in California; agricultural labor and farm labor strikes; associations of growers of cotton and formation of Associated Farmers; potato growing and marketing; irrigation and state water plan; political views; educational philanthropy.
Additional Description: Notes on original containers: t01: 1962-07-18 t02: 1963-04-02 t03: 1963-04-03 t04: 1966-07-14
Call Number: Phonotape 509 A,B,C
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Interviewer: Baum, Willa K. Interviewee: Camp, Wofford Benjamin
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